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Ethiopia : Public Expenditure Review, Volume 1. Main Report

ACCOUNT ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS ACCOUNTS ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITY AGGREGATE LEVEL AUTHORITY BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET REFORM BUDGETARY FUNDS BUDGETING BURDEN OF ADJUSTMENT CAPACITY BUILDING CONSTITUTION COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CURRENCY UNIT DEBT DEBT RELIEF DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKERS DEPRECIATION DEVELOPMENT GOALS DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DISTRICTS DOMESTIC BORROWING DONOR COMMUNITY DONOR REPRESENTATIVES ECONOMIC CONTEXT ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC GROWTH EXCHANGE RATE EXECUTION EXPENDITURE SURVEY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL REPORTING FISCAL FISCAL COSTS FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL SITUATION FISCAL STANCE FISCAL STRESS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT AGENCY GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP GOVERNMENT'S BUDGET GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HOUSEHOLD INCOME INFLATION LACK OF CLARITY LEGISLATION LONG TERM MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT CAPACITY MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONITORING SYSTEM NATIONS PARTICIPATION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY FRAMEWORK POOR COUNTRIES POVERTY INDICATORS POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEWS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SPENDING RECURRENT COSTS RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REGIONAL DISPARITIES REHABILITATION REPRESENTATIVES RESOURCE ALLOCATION ROADS SECTORAL COMPOSITION SOCIAL EXPENDITURES SOCIAL SECTOR SOCIAL SECTOR EXPENDITURES SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SERVICES TASK TEAM LEADER TAX TAX REVENUES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRANSPARENCY TREASURY PUBLIC EXPENDITURES CONFLICT AREAS DEFENSE OPERATIONS FISCAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL ADJUSTMENTS PUBLIC SPENDING BUDGET MANAGEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE STRATEGIC PLANNING DONOR COORDINATION LOCAL OFFICIALS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS SOCIAL SERVICES RISK MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ANNUAL REVIEWS PUBLIC INVESTMENTS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2013-08-09T19:19:36Z | 2013-08-09T19:19:36Z | 2000-08-31

This Public Expenditure Review (PER), is the seventh in a series of annual PERs for Ethiopia, addressing issues of public expenditure management, relevant to the government, and donors. As such, and as a result of a shared understanding between the Government, and a core donor group, the report shifts the emphasis from analysis, to problem solving, and, from perspective of the federal government, to the joint perspective of the federal, and regional governments. The progressive fiscal toll resulting from the border conflict, is examined within an economic context, for although the government did contain the fiscal impact of the conflict by financing defense expenditures through budget contingencies, and other budgetary funds, it appears fiscal limits have been reached, as the significant recourse to domestic financing, and reduced capital spending, jeopardize the expansion of basic social services. Fiscal performance is reviewed, fiscal outcomes are projected, and risks and alternatives analyzed, within the context of an information systems for strategic expenditure management, through performance indicators for budget planning, and financial reporting. However, the report identifies the need to provide technical assistance for developing output, and outcome indicators, for building databases, and for capacity building, which would clarify acceptance by the government, of PER recommendations, and its implementation. It is suggested that a Joint Review Mission, based on the Annual Review Meeting, be adapted for the PER process, to include an institutional involvement of the regions, in identifying, analyzing, and implementing recommendations.

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